Roth: A pommel horse skill named after U.S. gymnast Bill Roth. The skill is performed from a cross support, rearways, reverse Stockli, wendeswing forward to reverse Stockli to cross support forward on other end, without touching pommels. The skill has been rated as a C level skill by the F.I.G.
Leg Circle: A basic and standard pommel-horse move where a gymnast keeps the legs together and swings them in a full circle around the horse, with each hand alternately lifted in turn from the pommel to let the legs pass. It is also performed on some of the other gymnastics apparatuses including floor, parallel bars […]
Daggett: A pommel horse skill named after U.S. gymnast Tim Daggett.Â It consists of a scissor backward with Â½ counterturn.Â It has been rated as a C level skill by the FIG.
Counter Turn: A counter turn is most often used to describe the turning of the hips in the opposite direction of a double leg circle. When a gymnast has their legs straight in front of them, their hips should be turning in the opposite direction of their circle. For a clockwise circle the gymnast’s right […]
Bryan: A pommel horse skill named after U.S. gymnast Casey Bryan. It is a scissors withÂ Â½ turn to handstand, Â½ pirouette and straddle back down. It has been rated by the Fig as a C level skill.